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Connell1Alec ConnellHST 108-03Professor McQuireNovember 17, 2016Homework #4From the accounts of Henry Clifford and Lieutenant-Colonel Freemantle, there was no extremesigns of influence from the Industrial Revolution or that contributed to the experience of the CrimeanWar, nor the American Civil War. The influence of the Industrial Revolution on everything fromtechnology to the recognition of woman as a useful member of a family unit, including warfare, is veryprominent – but not specifically emphasized by Clifford or Freemantle. Clifford and Freemantle both didmention the presence of rifles, cavalry, and artillery but there was no acknowledgment that theseinnovations in technology from the Industrial Revolution altered their experiences in the war. There wasno significant mention of the railroads that were constructed during the Industrial Revolution, the firstform of automobile, building of large factories, or even the mention of woman beginning to develop a

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